In the Arrow of time it is discovered that we can only experience the future without stored memories. A brainless observer doesn’t experience time and thus doesn’t experience aging. Where as observers we can only access stored memories of the past and therefore experience time as aging. If we go back in time (decrease aging) our memories of the future must be erased in order to decrease entanglement. Therefore the Arrow of Time is only connected to the observer and has nothing to do with time itself.
- Time is an emergent property, and it is directly related to how the observer retains information about events they experienced.
- Quantum gravity allows for entangled states, that exist at microscopic levels, and change depending on whether or not they are being observed.
- We experience time from past to present because we have memory and can only remember what we experienced in the past.
“All our scientific theories tell us that we should be able to experience the future just like we experience the past.”
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